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DFH Kayaking

Marigot Bay, Castries West Indies, St. Lucia
+1 758-451-7716
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Get the opportunity to explore the ultimate natural beauty of St. Lucia. We provide a truly Caribbean kayaking experience. Explore what nature has to offer with your kayaking tour.Our tours uses expedition touring kayaks and sit on top units all with rudders and storage hatches. Tours comprises a training component especially for the use of the decked units. The tour can include Marigot Bay which runs along the sheltered west coast of the island into the Roseau River or Pigeon Island where you can kayak, snorkel and visit the historical Fort Rodney.
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Marigot Bay, Castries West Indies, St. Lucia
+1 758-451-7716
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

My husband, teenage son and I went coastal and river kayaking with Andre last year, and were so impressed that we returned to do the trip again. We booked in resort (St James's Club, Morgan Bay) and were collected and driven to Marigot Bay to...More

1  Thank weefimcc
Reviewed 14 March 2016

I was with a group of six people that took part in the kayaking/snorkeling trip out of Marigot Bay. Most of us had not snorkeled or kayaked before and the crew knew this and took good care to make sure that we were set before...More

1  Thank mandangela
Reviewed 1 March 2016

Had a great local guide, and went with another couple in a pair of double kayaks. Would recommend doubles for couples, especially if one is less confident in kayaking. Can be a bit choppy in the sea portion, could be scary for a novice, but...More

Thank Chrissssssssssss1
Reviewed 17 February 2016

The only part of the kayaking that was coastal was when we left/returned Marigot Bay and then when we got to/leaving Anse Cochon. Only one of the two double kayak was offered a ride back by boat. We are active and felt in condition for...More

Thank pmcollect
Reviewed 11 January 2016

Logistics is a challenge. Did this off a ship, but get to port and they're not there. The info agent has to call them to come, we we have to wait around there. Drive off and half way there we have to get off the...More

Thank SeamasterPro
Reviewed 24 January 2015

DFH great kayaking for beginners (like us). We were 2 couples - from cruise ship - waited at designated desk as requested by DFH. Our driver arrived and was friendly and personable. We hopped in a small van and it was a 20 min ride...More

1  Thank athena2apollo
Reviewed 9 June 2014

My wife and I (late 20's) did this tour while were in St Lucia on a cruise. The tour itself was enjoyable but there were some bumps along the way. The directions for meeting the tour indicated we should go the information desk and ask...More

1  Thank NoHinderance
Reviewed 5 June 2014

My husband and I took the kayaking trip from Marigot Bay to Anse de Cochon. We started out with a bigger group around the coast, then into a river, then the rest of the group departed for snorkeling. A guide took the two of us...More

Thank Donna B
Reviewed 4 May 2014

We did the sea and river kayaking tour starting at Marigot Bay and then went snorkelling and it was a great day. We started by kayaking round the Bay to get familiar with the kayaks and then headed out to sea and followed the coast...More

Thank williamstmx
Reviewed 27 February 2014

We took the tour that started from Marigot Bay and entered the Roseau River. The scenery was quite fantastic and our guide was very informative about the flora and the fauna that we were seeing. The seas had been rough for a few days and...More

2  Thank bcull
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Judy C
6 July 2017|
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Response from culby | Reviewed this property |
We didn't end up in the water, but as has been mentioned it's possible. If you watch how you guide the kayak, you shouldn't have a problem. We really enjoyed the trip!